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International Seminar on Gender and Poverty



CONEVAL, the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the National Women's Institute (INMUJERES), held the International Seminar on Gender and Poverty On October 3 and 4, 2007, which had as a purpose to provide a space for the exchange of experiences and the reflection of the limitations conventional means to measure poverty and its effects in terms of public policy have and to propose the methodological considerations necessary for the multidimensional poverty measurement, with a gender perspective. Prominent women from various educational backgrounds shared their experiences and knowledge to identify the challenges for poverty measurement incorporating the focus of gender as well as to generate proposals for poverty measurement including gender perspective.


Sylvia Chant
London School of Economics


Among the attendants were Teresa Rodríguez Allende, UNIFEM Director, Naila Kabeer, Professor at the University of Sussex Institute of Development Studies; Gita Sen, Chair Professor at the Indian Institute of Management Centre for Public Policy; Mónica Orozco, Independent Consultant; Rocío Peinador, CONEVAL Standards and Methods for Poverty Measurement Director; Marcela Eternod, INEGI Statistics CEO; Sylvia Chant, Professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science; and Rocío García Gaytán, President of INMUJERES.


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Teresa Rodríguez, UNIFEM       Gita Sen, catedrática
Naila Kabee, catedrática       Mónica Orozco, UNIFEM
Rocío Garcia Gaytan, INMUJERES       Assistants